Webinar | Board Leadership Lessons for Uncertain Times

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Wednesday, December 09, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST

09:00 AM - 10:00 AM (Pacific)
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (Mountain)
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Central)

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM (Eastern)

Zoom Invitation Will Be Shared the Day Before the Event



COVID-19 changed everything in March 2020. The pandemic disrupted U.S. businesses, and the world economy, in many unexpected ways. This panel discussion will focus on some of the lessons learned by Board Members as they moved at lighting speed to support their companies with the ensuing and ongoing challenges.  





Hugh Campbell
President, AC4S Technologies
Board Member, BayCare Health System

Hugh S. Campbell currently serves on the BayCare Healthcare System Board of Trustees.  Baycare is a $4.6 Billion dollar healthcare organization with over 29,000 employees.  He also serves on the Audit Subcommittee.  He is a Member of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD).

Mr Campbell is also the Incoming Chairman of the Board of Directors for the CEO Council of Tampa Bay.  The CEO Council of Tampa Bay has over 200 CEO members representing an aggregate of over 30,000 employees and $6.2 Billion dollars in revenues.

He is currently the President of AC4S Technologies.  It is a Hybrid Cloud solutions provider and helps companies with Tech Support, Cloud Services, Cybersecurity and Intelligent Building systems.  

Mr. Campbell is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, NY and holds a M.S. in Telecommunications Management from Golden Gate University. 


Martin Favis
Bain Capital Operating Partner and Executive Chairman
Broadstep Behavorial Health, Inc.

Mr. Martin J. Favis serves as the Executive Chairman for Broadstep Behavioral Health, Inc. (a Bain Capital Double Impact portfolio company). He also serves as an Operating Partner for Bain Capital Double Impact. For over 25 years, Mr. Favis has been a C-Suite executive within health care services and across various industry sectors, including autism spectrum disorder, home health, rehab/therapy, juvenile justice, child welfare, workforce development, traumatic brain injury, substance abuse, and residential and community based programs for the developmentally disabled/delayed population. Each organization he led was multi-site/multi-state and was a distinguished provider in its healthcare space. Most notably, Martin led highly successful operations as the Chief Executive Officer as some of the behavioral health industry’s most prominent providers, including Camelot Care Centers, Duvall Homes Inc., Embassy Management, and TrueCore Behavioral Solutions. His tenure and success in this industry has also provided him the opportunity to work closely with federal and state regulators as well as national accreditation bodies (COA, CARF, Joint Commission) to impact positive change and growth nationally across behavioral health.

Mr. Favis’ expertise is widely sought after by well-known organizations and conferences, and he is a frequent speaker at various industry events. He has also been invited to serve as a board member for numerous national organizations and possesses the reputation as a servant leader for positive change across behavioral health.

Mr. Favis is a graduate of the Villanova School of Business at Villanova University where he earned his degree in Finance. He has further earned distinguished certificate designations from The Wharton School, Amos Tuck Graduate School of Management at Dartmouth, the University of Chicago and Vanderbilt University.


Jessica Blume
Former Vice Chair, Deloitte LLP
Board Director, Publix and Centene Corporation

Jessica Blume retired from Deloitte in 2015 as Vice Chairman Deloitte after 26 years.  While with Deloitte she held various leadership roles and responsibilities within the Deloitte Consulting firm, serving on the Deloitte US Executive Committee and US Board of Directors.  As a Deloitte board member and senior executive level partner, she was at the table for the major challenges and advancement in Deloitte over the period when Deloitte evolved into the world’s largest professional services organization.

In 2016, Jessica was elected to the Board of Directors for Publix Super Markets, Inc., a Fortune 100 company, which is considered the largest employee owned company in the world.  Publix stands as one of the largest U.S. regional grocery chains operating in over 1,100 locations in seven states in the southeast.  Publix is frequently recognized for its employee, customer and community programs.  Jessica currently serves Chair of the Audit Committee and member of the Compensation Committee of the Board.

In 2018, Jessica joined the board of Centene Corporation, a Fortune 50 company.  Centene is a leading multi-national healthcare enterprise that is committed to helping people live healthier lives. They priovide affordable and high-quality products to nearly 1 in 15 individuals across the nation, including Medicaid and Medicare members and those served by the Health Insurance Marketplace, the TRICARE program, and individuals in correctional facilities. The Company also serves several international markets, and contracts with other healthcare and commercial organizations to provide a variety of specialty services focused on treating the whole person.  Jessica is a member of the Audit and Technology committees.

Jessica graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in accounting and is a licensed Florida CPA.  She currently serves on the University’s Foundation Board and is actively engaged with the College of Business as advisory member for the formation of their new Integrated Business Degree.  Jessica was inducted into the College of Business Hall of Fame in February 2019.



Ian Anderson
Publisher and Market President
Tampa Bay Business Journal

Ian Anderson currently serves as president & publisher of the Tampa Bay Business Journal, overseeing total operations and strategy for the media company, which include content, advertising, audience, events, production and finance.   

Prior to overseeing Tampa Bay Business Journal, Ian held leadership positions at its parent company, American City Business Journals in Charlotte, North Carolina- where he was focused primarily on ACBJ’s digital platforms and products.   In his time at ACBJ’s corporate headquarters, he held roles managing ACBJ’s digital product development pipeline, and most recently served as Director of Digital Advertising, where he was tasked with guiding digital strategy and revenue growth for ACBJ’s 44 publications. 

American City Business Journals is the nation’s largest print and digital publisher of local business news, with operations in 44 US cities and 1.1 million paid subscribers. 

A native of Rochester, New York, Anderson later moved to Boston, where he graduated from Northeastern University.   He relocated to the Tampa Bay area in 2018 with his wife, Nicolette, and two children; Lachlan and Evangeline.  He serves on various community boards including Tampa Bay Economic Development Council, Saint Leo University, and Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay.